I am the author of Anything is Possible and a former candidate for public office, who now writes and speaks on the topics of leadership, business, team management and social media marketing.
This is my blog, Believe in Possible, a reflection of my personal attitude and thoughts on business, leadership, and personal development; all passions of mine. I sometimes stray into sports and politics as well, also passions.
I strive to create quality and engaging content and forces you to think and reflect which in turn creates great and simple change for your life. That is where my book title came from, and where my motto, “Believe in Possible” was born.
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I have worked in the non-profit and marketing agency world which has given me a wide range of experiences both in business and in life. I currently live in New York City, where I operate my training and coaching company. I worked for the United States Tennis Association in various capacities at the local and national level, as well as Vaynermedia and Affinitive, two digital media agencies based in New York City. Each experience was focused on story-telling for the business and clients, a passion I keep.
My interest in politics began in 1998 and culminated with my run for mayor of Mason City, Iowa, in the fall and winter of 2002-03. I placed third, but deemed the campaign a success not only for final electoral result (third out of ten), but also for the conversations that were created.